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Etiquette for answering your own question

i have asked a question in stackoverflow about an alternative way to avoid using overflow:hidden and prevent shadows from clipping. technically it's another "clearFix" question.

several versions came up, researched further and still not a viable alternative approach. the day after, i ended up using the same approach but improved it the way i wanted it to do.

should i:

  • vote to delete?
  • vote to close?
  • answer my own question?
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It's kosher to answer your own questions. Mark it as accepted so as to prevent it from getting bumped

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Yep the faq even says "It’s also OK to ask and answer your own question." –  jadarnel27 Jan 25 '12 at 2:32

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